Utah woman with brain disorder missing for more than a week

Jeanna Reid (Family photo)

(KUTV) The family of 26 year-old Jeanna (pronounced Gina) Reid of Farmington, Utah, is desperately looking for her after she walked out of the family's house on Oct. 3.

Reid has a brain disorder that makes her vulnerable, according to her mother Rochelle Reid.

The family usually keeps close tabs on Reid because of her condition but on Oc. 3, she walked out while her mother slept because of the flu.

A neighbor saw her at around 8:30 a.m. She hasn't been seen since.

Jeanna Reid is 5 feet 9 inches tall, 130 to 140 pounds, blue eyes and a shaved head.

She wore a light jacket with royal blue and black colors. Her name is embroidered on the front of the jacket.

Jeanna Reid had no money or phone and no medication.

Reid is talkative and usually friendly. She is capable of getting on a bus or a train but without her family and her medications, she is likely confused.

Extended family members and friends have helped the Reids pass out flyers and look for Jeanna Reid along bus and TRAX routes.

"We are so overwhelmed with how to proceed. We hope someone out there recognizes her and sees she needs help," said Rochelle Reid.

The Reids are very thankful to family and friends who have helped in the searches.

If anyone sees Jeanna Reid, her family asks that you take a photo and stay near her and call police in your area or police in Farmington at (801)451-4150.